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Misuse of anti-dowry law minimal, says new NCW chief
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The National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) has considered it preferable to legislate the proposal rather than merely implement circulars, Communications Secretary Herminio B. Coloma, Jr. said in a news briefing yesterday. It is preferable ... Business World, 18 hours ago

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INEC to Come Down Hard on Violators of Campaign Law

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has pledged to take necessary action against violators of ban on campaigns and processions. It said the punishment would be meted out to associations, corporate bodies, individuals, political ...
 Individual.com20 hours ago 2015 Election: Does TAN Breach Electoral Law?  The Guardian Nigeria4 days ago Bulgarian elections 2014: Election commission bans second campaign ad using children  The Sofia Globe5 days ago DND approved the composition of the electoral commissions on elections of 2 November  RIN.ru6 days ago

Urgent need for legal research centres: Law Commission chief

STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE New Delhi, 29 September The Law Commission chairman, Justice A P Shah, today said there is a need to establish legal research centres and have more law professionals for a better future of legal education in the country.
 The Statesman1 day ago Legal research centres needed: Law Commission Chairman  Press Trust of India2 days ago Sexual abuse and rape law research project  International Bar Association1 day ago Enact law against discrimination  Bangladesh Daily Star1 day ago

Law Commission Chairman opposed to SC benches elsewhere

Mumbai, Sep 19 (PTI) Chairperson of the National Law Commission Justice (retd) Ajit Shah today said he was not in favour of setting up benches of the Supreme Court in various parts of the country. "More benches would not serve the purpose," Shah ...
 Press Trust of India1 week ago Ukrainian parliament chairman signs law on lustration  Itar Tass6 days ago

‘No to Supreme Court benches in different cities’

Chairperson of the National Law Commission, Ajit Shah, on Friday said that he was not in favour of creating benches of the Supreme Court in different parts of the country. Mr Shah was speaking at a debate in the Bombay high court on “Should there be SC ...
 Asian Age1 week ago
Times of India

Supreme Court: Premature to interfere in judges' appointment bill

The Supreme Court on Monday dismissed challenges to the National Judicial Appointment Commission, saying the bill is yet to receive Presidential assent and become a law of the l
 Times of India1 month ago PILs on judicial bills 'premature'  Times of India1 month ago The right remedy?  Rediff.com1 month ago Judiciary is completely free, we are committed to its independence, says R S Prasad  Sify1 month ago

Not a single SC/ST judge in courts, rues CM

Welcoming the move to form a National Judicial Appointments Commission, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Thursday rued that there was not a single judge in the Supreme Court from Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes. Stating that it was the same scenario even ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Will govt go the China way to replace PlanCom?  Rediff.com1 month ago Govt for national commission to appoint judges  Hindustan Times2 months ago Govt keen to appoint national judicial commission  India Infoline2 months ago
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Centre tables Constitution Amendement Bill for creation of National Judicial Commission

Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Monday tabled the Constitution Amendment Bill for Judicial Reforms. Two-thirds majority is required for the Bill which if passed will clear the way for scrapping of the collegium system, a forum which decided the ...
 IBN Live1 month ago New bill ends 20-year-old collegium system  Asian Age1 month ago Bill to scrap collegium system introduced in Lok Sabha  Economic Times1 month ago Narendra Modi Cabinet defers decision on bill to scrap collegium system  DNA1 month ago

More power for women's panel? Law ministry has issues

A proposal of the Women and Child Development Ministry to give greater powers to the National Commission of Women has faced legal hurdles as the law ministry has raised queries on the move. Sources in the government said the law ministry has flagged certain issues relating to proposed power which are likely to be communicated to the women and child development ministry shortly. If the WCD ministry is able to satisfy the queries, the proposal will reach the Union Cabinet for a final call next ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Proposal to give more power to NCW hits legal hurdle  Zee News1 month ago Government proposes amendments to NCW Act  Deccan Herald2 months ago NCW might get DGP-rank officer  Asian Age2 months ago

NJAC culmination of a 24-year process: Law minister

Law minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Sunday said the National Judicial Appointment Commission (NJAC) was the culmination of a 24-year-long intense debate.
 Times of India1 month ago
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